In this course, you feel integrated with the ocean and ride along the coastline where beautiful scenic views of the Sea of Japan appear one after another. You can see the ever‐changing scenery, such as the strangely-shaped rocks lying in a row, waves washing onto the beach, the view of the fishing villege drying squids in rows like curtains, etc. "Senjohjiki Coast" is famous. The lord of Tsugaru held a banquet there putting 1,660 square meters tatami mats for his guests. You can walk around the wide rock ledge. There are also many local delicacies, such as "Fukaura Tuna Steak Bowl" and the famous meal of Ajigasawa, "Flounder Bowl."
- Required Time：About 3~4hr.
- Course Type：One-way
- Start：WeSPa Tsubakiyama
- Goal：Ajigasawa Station
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- | Distance | 50km
- | Elevation | 316m
- | Maximum difference in elevation | 65m
- | Required Time | About 3~4hr.
- | Course Type | One-way
- | Start | WeSPa Tsubakiyama
- | Goal | Ajigasawa Station
- | Grade | ★★★
The view anywhere along the west coast is studded with strangely-shaped rocks. It is picturesque.
"Ohiwa" (big rock) is ahead on the promenade. Go through the cave to the observation tower on the rock.
The upheaved sea floor created "Senjohjiki Coast" due to many years of erosion by winds and waves.
"Ginkgo Tree of Kitakanagazawa" is the largest ginkgo tree in Japan. More than 1000 years-old, 31m height, 22m trunk circumference.
Let's get cooled down by having some sea breeze. Break time with a healing view.
Famous meal of Ajigasawa, "Flounder Bowl." Full of best pickled flounder on rice.